Shows coffeehouses sponsored by churches and community organizations and how they function as gathering places for countercultural youth. favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: 1960s, Youth culture, Coffee
Shows coffeehouses sponsored by churches and community organizations and how they function as gathering places for countercultural youth. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 8 reviews ) Topics: 1960s, Youth culture, Coffee
In part two of the Bubble Culture Dhiren Dasu and Dr. Bruce continue to tackle the trends, economics, and purported transformational community of the festival scene. This August 2013 studio session unravels the ‘entitlement generation’ and recalls the features of real community versus the ephemeral and unsustainable nature of the festivals. While peak experiences have value, Dr. Bruce asks the question: does the festival scene feed the machine? Still there is a chance for the opening of... Topics: youth culture, festivals, counter-culture
Society constantly tell us youth are apathetic, dangerous, unwieldy, problem-causers and disrespectful. 58% of adults feel that young people are going to leave the world worse than it was given to them. Topics: Chat the Planet, Youth Culture, Rebellion
Society constantly tell us youth are apathetic, dangerous, unwieldy, problem-causers and disrespectful. 58% of adults feel that young people are going to leave the world worse than it was given to them. Topics: Chat the Planet, Youth Culture, Suicide
Lecture;1 mini-dv (79 min.)Part of the Nicholas R. Clifford symposium series and Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.Bakari speaks on hip hop's emergence as a burgeoning political movement, claiming that it is a world view and has become a national, unified, youth culture. Topics: Hip-hop, Politics, Music, Youth culture, Discourse and society, Lectures
This a clip from a televised interview with Timothy Leary at home. Leary discusses emerging technology, the Sixties and the youth culture of the 1990s. Topics: emerging technologies, The Sixties, The internet, youth culture, 1990s
Description: A melange of fascinating hippies animate Lipton's world in this provocative documentary kaleidoscope of Berkeley wit, defiance, insight, mania, obsession, and delusion ... a definite intimacy and spontaneity are maintained by the close, direct-eye-contact approach. The 'characters' stare unstintingly into the lens as they speak, and the effect is very much like standing toe-to-toe with someone during a conversation. This technique invests the film with a sense of familiar honesty... Topics: Lipton, Leonard, Hippies--California, Counterculture, Youth culture, californialightandsound
This little book is an attempt to perpetuate the influence of three papers published at intervals in The Atlantic by a Frenchman, an Englishman, and an American, which, written from divers angles, seek in the dreadful welter of the war some common revelation of spiritual comfort and advance. After three years of carnage, the world faces the Sphinx on a single quest: Is the dreadful agony of these years meaningless and wanton? Is the sole lesson we may hope to learn some wise mans plan for... Topics: ww1, world war one, great war, nationalism, war, youth culture
Lecture;1 mini-dv (62 min.)Part of the Middlebury College Digital Lecture Archive.Allison presents research on the connections between capitalism, affect, family and youth in 21st-century Japan. Topics: Japan, Neoliberalism, Youth culture, Family, Gender studies, Lectures
Barrès, Maurice. The undying spirit of France; tr. by Margaret W. B. Corwin. New Haven,Yale univ. 1917. 58p. 80c.An address delivered in London under the auspices of the British Academy, in July, 1916. M. Barrcs shows by means of many touching examples, the undying loyalty and heroism of the youth of France. "It would seem, indeed, that we have known only the chrysalis form and that an entire people is unfolding its wings. The ever-living France is freeing herself. It is for her that the... Topics: world war one, ww1, great war, france, nationalism, propaganda, war, youth culture
byLieke van Pruijssen & Bieke Versloot, Stichting Shoot-n-Share.
Shoot-n-Share is a documentary about the production, interpretation and imagination of mobile images. By means of the eyes and cameras of the various protagonists, from the elderly Mr. Been to the 16-year-old duo Thom and Osama, the documentary provides insight into mobile photography and filming. The documentary is a play with form and content, whereby the makers themselves also cannot escape from the mobile cameras of the protagonists. What is clear among other things is that the moderate... favoritefavoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 4 reviews ) Topics: documentary, cameraphone, mobile images, youth culture, direct cinema, democratizing of the image...
A 1970 ABC Television Network "fall preview" special. This was shown to get viewers excited for the upcoming fall schedule. The shows promoted obviously cannot be uploaded here, so this promo-special is the next best thing. favoritefavoritefavoritefavorite ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1970s, 1970's, 70s, 70's, Seventies, Retro, Vintage, Nostalgia, ABC...
. February 14, 2011 CKLN 88.1 FM's Rude Awakening: Valentine Visionaries, Men, Women, Madvice, Protests, Propaganda and Control Featuring: Alan Watt Show MP3 Download Links: http://www.radio4all.net/index.php/program/49446 http://www.archive.org/details/Ckln88.1FmsRudeAwakeningValentineVisionariesMenWomenMadvice This episode: Can adults trust youth who don't know as much to lead revolutions? Who's behind local groups waiting to copy Egypt? Is the term "new world order" normal? How... Topic: toronto ontario canada valentines day love sex relationship men women children gift youth protest...
This episode of KOOP Radio's People United features Bob Suren, a thirty-year veteran of Florida's punk-rock scene, on his memoir, Crate Digger: An Obsession with Punk Records. He spoke at MonkeyWrench Books in Austin, Texas, on June 29, 2015. (Objectionable words, stricken from the episode's radio broadcast, are presented here uncensored.) Topics: People United, 91.7 FM, KOOP Radio, Austin TX, community radio, Bob Suren, Crate Digger, An...